Ahmedabad, India, October 12, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Nick Vujicic's Unstoppable is an inspiring book about the man who hooks you not by his looks but by his power to motivate you through his deeds and words.
The reason why Nick never fails to motivate people in the right direction is that he strikes the world with the challenge he poses to all who are able-bodied or suffering from one or the other physical disability. Those who have eyes to see can see how a man born without extremities is able to lead a fruitful life through faith in his own self and in the greatness of God's love and His plans for his life.
His utterance gains in strength and effect through his personal experiences and how he comes to terms with them. A typical case in point is the financial crisis which struck his organization in 2010, along with other problems. The situation was so grim that he was forced to reconsider the values he had been abiding by and the purpose which drove him.
Instead of seeking desperate remedies, he kept his cool and continued to ponder over the whole thing. The result was that he was rewarded with the insight that what really counted was the smallest act that was done in faith. It takes time for the seed to produce harvest – but it surely is there in store. It never goes in vain.
About the Author:
Nick Vujicic was born on 4th December 1982 in Brisbane, Australia, without limbs. Coupled with the law of Victoria, his disability did not allow him to pursue school studies. Fortunately, the law changed and he began his scholastic career. The problem he now faced was getting bullied at school. It was so serious he considered committing suicide.
Thankfully, he didn't – with the result that in course of time he managed to receive graduate degree from Griffith University with a double major in accountancy and financial planning, launched his own organization called Life Without Limbs for the physically challenged. He has been involved in inspiring millions all over world to lead a really meaningful life – with or without physical disability.